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Old 03-20-2011, 06:06 PM   #1
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I love pulled pork, almost as much as I love beer. Making it and eating it.

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Looks great! As much as I like beer, I love myself some barbecue especially homemade! I always use some dark beer in my homemade sauce! But you look like you like it dry whereas I prefer it a little wet The smoke ring looks excellent btw, you can tell it was cooking for a long time!

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I'm still playing around with how to serve it. I've leaned toward dry and then let people do with it what they want. Myself I prefer it slathered in BBQ goodness and topped with slaw. I used about two cups of apple wood, one cup to start with and one cup about 8 hours in. This seems about right.

The great thing about making BBQ is that even if it takes 19 hours you get to enjoy the efforts of your work much sooner than brewing.

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The great thing about making BBQ is that even if it takes 19 hours you get to enjoy the efforts of your work much sooner than brewing.
I think it also appeals to a wider range of my friends and family too! Not everyone cares for bold, flavorful beer but everyone loves some good cooked animal flesh except my buddy's vegetarian GF!
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BGE FTW!

TwoForty, there's still hope for your buddy's GF. My wife was a vegetarian for something like 15 years. Then she got pregnant and the first official craving was for corned beef on rye with mustard. Second craving was for meatloaf on white bread with brown gravy.

This past winter, she suggested we buy a chest freezer and a side of beef.

I owe it all to my son!

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BGE FTW!

TwoForty, there's still hope for your buddy's GF. My wife was a vegetarian for something like 15 years. Then she got pregnant and the first official craving was for corned beef on rye with mustard. Second craving was for meatloaf on white bread with brown gravy.

This past winter, she suggested we buy a chest freezer and a side of beef.

I owe it all to my son!
That's pretty awesome! If only I could find a way to make the SWMBO drink beer!
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Well, mine's also a beer girl.

Now, if she would just suggest a second chest freezer so I could start kegging.

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Well, mine's also a beer girl.

Now, if she would just suggest a second chest freezer so I could start kegging.
Man! My sister is a beer girl and loves what I cook up! The SWMBO isn't even a drinker. However, I must say that my SWMBO is not really the must be obeyed kind. As long as the bills are paid, I can do what I please with my scratch. So my next step is kegging . Im saving to do it big! and right of course!
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Back on topic. I make a sammich sauce with Maker's Mark, Dr. Pepper, ketchup and maple syrup. I simmer a little and then pour into my pulled pork. Not a lot, but enough to keep it moist if it has to sit out for a while. Otherwise, i don't add anything before serving.

Personally, I like glazed ribs, but not saucy ribs. I do like a little sauce in brisket. But if you need to drown your BBQ in a flavor cover-up, there's something wrong. Cole slaw being an obvious exception in the above.

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Nice, I just got a Primo XL, I need to do this! Did you do anything other then smoke it? What temp did you finish it at?

BTW Im not a big hickory fan, Apple sounds good!

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